Published 13 January 2022 at 16.46
Domestic. Vaccinated account for the majority of the spread of infection in all age groups between 20 and 69 years. Among children and the elderly, the situation is the opposite, but the vaccinated's share of the spread of infection is also growing rapidly among them. It shows figures from the Public Health Agency that Fria & nbsp; Tider has read.
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The Swedish Public Health Agency publishes weekly reports with statistics on the prevalence of coronary heart disease in Sweden. The latest report came last week and applies to week 52. Fria Tider has requested the basis for the report.
The report presents information on how many new cases of covid-19 have been reported per 100,000 inhabitants during the week, and how these are divided between vaccinated and unvaccinated.
In the population aged 12 and over (children under 12 are not vaccinated), 343 cases per 100,000 inhabitants were reported in the vaccinated part of the population and 443 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the unvaccinated part of the population. In other words, the proportion infected during the week was about 0.34 percent among vaccinated and 0.44 percent among unvaccinated.
Dominates in working age
Since the infection began to increase in October, the trend has been that the proportion infected per week is growing faster among vaccinated than among unvaccinated.
At week 42, the proportion infected during the week was 0.023 percent among vaccinated and 0.093 percent among unvaccinated. From week 42 to week 52 last year, the proportion of infected per week has increased by about 15 times for the vaccinated, but only 5 times greater for the unvaccinated.
If the trend continues, the proportion infected will soon be higher among the vaccinated than among the unvaccinated in the entire population.
This is what it already looks like among all age groups in working age. As can be seen from the table below, during week 52 the number of reported cases per 100,000 inhabitants is higher among vaccinated than among unvaccinated people in the age range 20–69 years.
Number of cases per 100,000 inhabitants during week 52
Age Unvaccinated Vaccinated 20-29 years812,44928,8830-39 years770,82848,4540-49 years747,66842,0850-59 years627,18758,0060 -69 years365,01368,09
In the Public Health Agency's weekly reports, the statistics reproduced above are reported only in diagram form. However, Fria Tider has obtained the figures that form the basis for the diagrams from the Swedish Public Health Agency, which you can download in Excel format.